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Tanker's view of the lil parade #brickmania

0 0 Sep 19, 2018

Entering another contest brickwarriors #brickwarriors #brickmania #lego #toys #legowar

15 2 Sep 19, 2018

Minifigco WWII Allied General. Who is this unnamed General? theminifigco ————— - - - These Figures are NOT for sale‼️ ————— #brickmania #citizenbrick #tmc #theminifigco #eclipseGrafx #lego #LegoPhotography #unitedbricks #x39brickcustoms #Customlego #collector #sale #wwii_lego

84 11 Sep 19, 2018

GIVEAWAY TIME! CW has partnered with The Brickman Experience to give away a family pass to this exhibition of amazing creations made of Lego bricks coming to Exhibition Park in Canberra these school holidays. Open 28 September to 14 October 10am-4pm. For your chance to win, follow canberraweekly, like this post and tell us in the comments why you want to go. Entries close 12 noon Monday 24 September 2018. #canberra #canberraweekly #magazine #canberralife #canberralocals #canberraevents #giveaway #winstuff #win #brickmania #brickman #schoolholidays #fun #wow #lego

19 0 Sep 18, 2018

Work in progress US Navy A-6E Intruder. Once you build the Intruder the next logical model is the EA-6B Prowler. And if we are going to build the Prowler then we might as well build its predecessor the Wild Weasel! #lego #afol #usnavy #a6intruder #customlego #legoskunkworks #brickmania #military

17 3 Sep 19, 2018

US Navy MH-60R. Another Brickmania kitbash. Started life as a PaveHawk. Still requires a lot of work! Once I finish this one it will be time to work on detailing and modifying the Brickmania PaveHawk. #lego #brickmania #afol #customlego #usnavy #aviation #legoskunkworks

14 0 Sep 19, 2018

Custom Matilda 2 #brickmania #ww2 #lego #british #plasticmodel #legoww2 #tank

28 0 Sep 19, 2018

American WWII Sailor on leave in Honolulu, Hawaii - August, 1945. Comment below if you’d like to see more American Navy figures! 🇺🇸⚓️ ➖ #brickmania #legowwii #usnavy #legonavy #sailor #brickarms #militarybricks #naval

30 0 Sep 18, 2018

The L3/33 was a tankette designed by Italy during the inter-war period. Over 2,000 of these machines were produced. The design was based off of the British Carden-Lloyd tankette, featuring many of of the same designs such as: a two man hull, riveted armor, and the use of machine guns. With later versions, such as the L3/35 and the L3/38, the armor was bolted together. These tankettes were light, like 3.2 tonnes light. The armor was also nothing special, between 6-14 mm throughout the “tank”. None-the-less, these “tanks” served Italy faithfully from Ethiopia to the Italian mainland and everything in between. As seen in the photos, the machine guns could be replaced with a Solothurn 20mm anti-tank gun or a flamethrower with a fuel tank towed behind it. This design was honestly the funniest design I have created so far. It has gone through many iteration’s and I have had many late nights trying to build such a small tank and still have it look historically accurate. If you want more pictures like the one’s in this, leave a comment about what you would like to see next and I will see if I can build it. #brickmania #legos #havingfun #logansmilitaryhardware #l335 #italiantanks #history

3 0 Sep 19, 2018
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